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April 15, 2019

Liverpool Plains Shire Council will receive a further $105,458 under the Federal Government’s Drought Communities Program to install the new water point in Quirindi for distribution around the district. **(Local contractors can register to be part of the build by conta...

March 27, 2019

Did you know LPSC conducts some 700 routine water tests per month across the entire shire, with the majority of tests undertaken from the Quipolly Dam water source?
Due to the increased and extended local temperatures, LPSC staff have been busy testing water supplies,...

March 27, 2019


Water Services Manager, Rod Batterham, recently addressed 70 students from Quirindi High School – at Quipolly Dam.

The students were undertaking ‘Field Work’ as part of their syllabus on Inland Water Management.

Students also participated in a Question and Answer ses...

The new Quipolly Water Project treatment plant is key to solving ongoing water quality issues in Werris Creek, which so

Under the Quipolly Water Project, a new water reservoir will be built in Werris Creek and a new pipeline from Werris Cre...

Don't forget time is running out to make a submission on the Review of Environmental Factors for the project!! Submissions close on the 25th of January 2019. Click the below link to review the REF. review

December 18, 2018

The Review of Environmental Factors (REF) - Quipolly Water Project is finally completed and is now on Public Exhibition. Submissions can be made up until the close of business on 25 January 2019.   Please note the report can be downloaded by clicking on the graphic bel...

December 14, 2018

The first of the Early tender Involvement briefings with the pre-selected Contractors in Newcastle has been undertaken. The ETI briefing covers everything about the project to allow contractors to submit a tender. Some of the things the ETI discussed included timeframe...

November 16, 2018

Earlier in the year, expressions of interest (EOI) were sought from experienced contractors, and they have been evaluated. Aerial surveys and geotechnical work have been undertaken along the proposed route of the pipeline. Project documents have been released to approv...

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